Thursday, February 18, 2016

SPUC Youth Conference

I'm delighted to post some information about this worthy event:

We are now exactly 3 weeks away from the first day of the 2016 International SPUC Youth Conference, which will take place in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire ( a 40 minute journey from central London) from the 11th to the 13th of March. This conference has been vital in educating, uniting and inspiring the pro-life youth of today to go out and be witnesses to the pro-life cause at university, school, at work, within their own families and amongst their friends.

The conference is a golden opportunity not only for young people to learn more about current pro-life issues, but also for them to network and socialise with other like-minded people. In this age, when so many fear vilification for valuing human life and the family, it is more important than ever that young pro-lifers keep in contact with one another and support each other’s work.

This year, we have another exciting line-up of speakers, including Bobby Schindler who is the Executive Director of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network – the organisation dedicated to his sister, who was starved and dehydrated to death despite the valiant efforts of her family. Other speakers include Obianuju Ekeocha, who is making waves in Africa through her pro-life work in defence of Africa’s traditional pro-family and pro-life culture. To read a short biography of each speaker, please visit the SPUC blog:

You can book your place through visiting the SPUC website here: . If you, or someone you know, would like to attend the conference but cannot afford the price of a place, please contact Rhoslyn Thomas on for more information on sponsored places at the conference.

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  1. Can I add my encouragement to people to attend and re-state the sponsorship offer if you can't afford the cost. I am sure all the speakers will be good, but can I particularly recommend Obianuju Ekeocha who spoke really well last year in Birmingham City Centre all the while being abused by pro-abortion protesters.

    In fact, trusting that Dr Shaw doesn't mind, if you need a sponsorship of your fees, please reply on here and I will sort it out for you. (I can only do one, so would be first come first served but the SPUC Head office can arrange more).

    1. Thank you, Richard! That is so kind. I really hope that someone takes you up on your generous offer.